After our involvement with the
Our new Gdx-Setup UI has also been updated: any new libgdx project you generate with it will now automatically include x86 Android natives for your convenience.
Existing libgdx projects can be easily upgraded to work on x86 Android, just update to the latest release/nightlies and follow these instructions. For existing Gradle-based projects, check out our wiki article on dependency management.
We also got in contact with Intel who generously lent us one x86 Android test device. This will allow us to enable, test and tune x86 specific optimizations on Android such as SIMD in Bullet. This testing and tuning will take a bit of time, expect first results in Q2 2014.
Get in contact with Intel!
Intel wants to hear from you. Intel can provide different opportunities to you, like showcasing your app at conferences on Android Intel devices or other marketing opportunities.
If you are interested in learning more, we can connect you with the Intel Developer Zone Partner Program. Intel works to provide technical and marketing support to drive app success. If you have a B2B Whitepaper or other marketing material, make sure to include it. All your information will be treated confidentially and would be shared with Intel’s representative. The following minimal information will be required:
- Company/Developer Name
- Contact information (website, email, phone, skype)
- List of Android applications, short description, sales & download statistics